UHF/RFID Long distance 902-928MHz rfid card reader with Metal case waterproof 0-15M to read

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US $115-155 / Piece | 1 Piece/Pieces UHF rfid reader (Min. Order)
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100000 Piece/Pieces per Month UHF rfid reader
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Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Guangdong, China (Mainland)
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Model Number:
UHF-115 UHF rfid reader
Working Frequency:
horizontal polarization
Power consumption:
Antenna Gain:
RFID UHF Reading Distance:
12VDC ± 10%
Wiegand26bit,34bit,42bit,RS232,RS485,10/100M Ethernet
Support protocol:
ISO-18000-6B or ISO-18000-6C(EPC G2)
UHF RFID reader:
Metal case IP68 Waterproof UHF RFID reader for parking lot
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Carton box for UHF rfid reader
Delivery Time
within 2-3 working days for UHF rfid reader
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UHF/RFID Long distance 902-928MHz rfid card reader with Metal case waterproof 0-15M to read




The RFID reader emits radio waves of specific frequencies through RFID antennas.
The waves "give energy" to the tags so that they can communicate by emitting a unique ID.


They do not need batteries and can be used for many years. The reader processes the data
so that we can integrate them into our application and give them meaning. The typical reading range is 1-5 meters and 5-15M (you can adjust it by our S4A software)


UHF-105 and 115 rfid reader consist of: readers, antennas and RFID tags or cards.

Free software and SDK.

If you need any brief explanation each of the main elements when implementing an RFID project.pls email back to us at anytime


Available items for UHF rfid reader

FAQ for uhf rfid reader


1:What's the difference between passive and active tags?


Active RFID tags have a battery, which is used to run the microchip's circuitry and to broadcast a signal to a reader 

(the way a cell phone transmits signals to a base station). Passive tags have no battery.


Instead, they draw power from the reader, which sends out electromagnetic waves that induce

a current in the tag's antenna. Semi-passive tags use a battery to run the chip's circuitry, 

but communicate by drawing power from the reader. Active and semi-passive tags are useful for tracking high-value goods 

that need to be scanned over long ranges, such as railway cars on a track, but they cost a dollar or more, 

making them too expensive to put on low-cost items.


Companies are focusing on passive UHF tags, which cost under a 50 cents today in volumes of 1 million tags or more.

Their read range isn't as far -- typcially less than 20 feet vs. 100 feet or more for active tags --

but they are far less expensive than active tags and can be disposed of with the product packaging


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